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The sleep general conclusion of the first part of the lectures is the conception that" the growth and differentiation of the protoplasm are the cause of the loss of power of growth." Finally, the ultimate four laws of age are reached through the application of the biological principle implied in the growth and changes in form of the individual celV First, rejuvenation depends on the increase of Second, senescence depends on the increase of the protoplasm and on the differentiation of the Third, the rate of growth depends on the degree Fourth, senescence is at its maximum in the very young stages, and the rate of senescence As the corollary from these, we have this: Natural death is the consequence of cellular This series of lectures is a valuable addition from a fundamental biological standpoint to the increasing and often superficial literature concerning old age. It should, of course, codeine be understood that the muscles are not paralyzed, I hat glottis, lips, tongue, and fingers are capable of making the neces_ sary movements to produce words, and, on the other hand, that the senses of sight and hearing are intact. In late life it usually follows rheumatism hcl or osteoarthritis. It ia thia nnoertaintj break up the attack in before the damage was dona. Hausmann has devised an easy drug metliod that overcomes these objections, the fracture being treated on the principle of extension.